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Cablegate: Spain On Restrictions On Export Credits/Financing

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL EFIN ETRD EXIM OECD UN SP IR ECON
SUBJECT: SPAIN ON RESTRICTIONS ON EXPORT CREDITS/FINANCING
TO IRAN

REF: SECSTATE 81876

EconOffs talked with Ricardo Santamaria Burgos and Maria Jose
Lopez Calvo from the Ministry of Industry's Directorate
General of Commerce and Investment regarding reftel demarche.
Santatmaria indicated that Spain is in agreement with the EU
position that members should not respond to the questionnaire
because the OECD was not the right forum to interpret
internationl law, in particular Security Council resolutions.
AGUIRRE

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